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CHOMSKY ALLSTARS – ‘Rhyme, Treason & Rhythm’

Part financed by the Strummerville charity, Chomsky Allstars’ debut album is a truly eclectic melting pot, featuring vocal cameos from Christy Moore, Drunken Balordi‘s Billy King, Joe Strummer and Bob Marley biographer Chris Salewicz, controversial Scots rapper Eastborn, Noam Chomsky and even Mahatma Gandhi.

Acoustic tracks are mixed seamlessly with the gritty eco-blues of ‘Bad Mood Rising’, the Afrobeat-inflected World Cup anthem The Beautiful Gain‘ and the sensual funk of ‘Give Us Peace’ to create a concoction best described as Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros meets Rick Rubin.

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“The best original set I’ve heard in years” Ray Gange (‘Rude Boy’)

“Splendid name, fine logo … and not too concerned with the fluidity of Brazilian mid-field play so much as with the deserts into which the homeless in South Africa have been cast.” Raj Patel (writer, activist and Ivy League academic)

“Energetic and politically inspired” Daily Record

“Sheer fucking coolness … the antithesis of Bob Geldof”
Western Cape Anti-Eviction Campaign

“Fine with me. Kind of like them” Noam Chomsky







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